The Architectural Photography Awards 2019

The Architectural Photography Awards 2019, sponsored by Sto and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF), proudly reveals this year’s shortlist, which was selected from nearly 2000 entries from 42 countries. 29% of the entries were from the UK, 11% from the USA and 9% from China.

The shortlist consists of four entries from 6 categories: Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place, Buildings in Use, Mobile, which this year’s theme is Shelter, and Portfolio with the theme of Social Housing. The photographs will be exhibited at WAF in Amsterdam from 4th – 6th December where visitors can vote for the winners, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 6th December.

The reflection of the main hall in a glass case at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London shot by Thomas Knowles.
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The Twist Museum, Kistefos Sculpture Park, Jevnaker, Norway by Bjarke Ingels Group shot by Laurian Ghinitoiu.
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Hill of the Buddha, Makomanai Takino Cemetery Sapporo, Japan by Tadao Ando shot by Vincent Wu.
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Generali Tower, Milan, Italy by Zaha Hadid shot by Marco Tagliarino.
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The Vessel, New York City, USA by Heatherwick Studio shot by Joan Muñoz Arango.
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Celebrating bird photography from around the world

Promoting bird photography and the photographers behind the images is one of the primary aims of the Bird Photographer of the Year competition.

Here are some images from the “Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 Shortlist”

La Dama Blanca
White Stork – Ciconia ciconia. Stanislao Basileo, Italy.
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Shadows
Common Guillemot – Uria aalge. Audun Lie Dahl, Norway.
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E(ART)H
Rufous Hummingbird – Selasphorus rufus. Shane Kalyn, Canada.
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Staring
Whiskered Treeswift – Hemiprocne comata. Wang Bin, Singapore.
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Catwalk
Common Eider – Somateria mollissima. Thomas Hinsche, Germany.
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Celebrating bird photography from around the world
go to Bird Photographer of the Year website, home to the world-renowned photography competition and a growing community of wildlife photographers and conservationists. Marvel at some of the World’s best bird images, interact with innovative and established wildlife photographers, and help them support conservation.

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2019 Sony World Photography Awards | Shortlist

Below are the successful shortlisted images from 2019 Sony World Photography Awards Open and Youth competitions. Winning images from Open competition shortlist will be revealed 26 February, the Youth winner will be selected from the shortlist and announced on 17 April 2019.

Lifeng Chen, China Mainland, ‘A Red River of Faith’
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Hal Gage, United States, ‘Stumps, Alder Lake, Nisqually River, Washington’
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Msaaed Al Gharibah, Kuwait, ‘Arabian Red Fox’
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Lu Quanhou , China Mainland, ‘Converge’
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Eng Chung Tong, Malaysia, ‘Synergy of Humanity’
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Sony World Photography Awards reveal stunning shortlist for 2019 Open and Youth competitions.
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Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 Shortlist and Crowd Winners Announced

Now in its fourth year, Bird Photographer of the Year is a global photographic competition; a celebration of avian beauty and diversity, and a tribute to the flexibility and quality of today’s modern digital imaging systems.

A sentinel by Zsolt Szabo
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Killer by Omkar J
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Running Pelican by Caron Steele
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Flying in the evening by Kallol Mukherjee
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Flowers on a saline lake by xiaoge
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Great Grey Owl suspended in midair by Markus Varesvuo
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Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 Shortlist and Crowd Winners Announced
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The Architectural Photography Awards

Shortlist announced for The Architectural Photography Awards. Overall winner announced 30th Nov 2018

Arengario Balcony
by Marco Tagliarino
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Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Border Crossing Facility
by Shao Feng
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Child gaze
by Omer Kanipak
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Bloomberg, Vortex
by JNP
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Congratulations to all the shortlisted entries. The standard was as high as ever this year …
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